BGSU Magazine Summer 2011
A global commitment to community
Bunner has worked in the African country of Namibia for the last year. There she acts primarily as an HIV/AIDS volunteer, establishing and running an after-school program for orphans and vulnerable children in an area where more than 10 percent of the population has been diagnosed with the virus. Her service halfway across the world will continue through April 2012.
Closer to home is Donald Glasgow '60, who found his international call to help just two hours away. The San Clemente, Calif., resident has spent the last three years supporting the poor of El Nino, a township of Tijuana, Mexico. Through his church, Glasgow leads monthly trips, providing provisions for a hospice and supporting orphaned children so they may continue their education.
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